The Tamilnadu government has issued an order to seal and permanently shut down the Sterlite copper plant in Thoothukudi. Following continuous protests by the people of Thoothukudi, and the recent unfortunate incidents, the government has issued a government order to close the killer factory.
The people of Thoothukudi have been protesting against the Vedanta groups and demanding the closure of the Sterlite factory for more than 90 days. However on last Tuesday, which happened to be the 100th day of the protest, police had turned violent and attacked the innocent civilians who were protesting and this sudden act of the cops had ended with the death of more than 13 innocents.
While still more than 50-60 people are in hospital with heavy injuries, the government has given an order to close the factory. With this order, the factory will be sealed and closed permanently, and the protesters and people have thanked the government for finally listening to their request.
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